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Script continuity: even more important when inventing divinity tales.

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60 thoughts on “Script continuity: even more important when inventing divinity tales.

  1. “You shall not test the Lord your God”

    For fear we might find some flaw in the scheme?

    Skepticism is good and necessary. It keeps people like Pat Robertson in check from doing more harm than they already do.

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    • “Maybe we need a very small nuke thrown off on Foggy Bottom to shake things up”
      –Pat Robertson

      Larry, there’s nothing wrong with incinerating the State Department (and a large part of the population of Washington in the process), is there?

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  2. Dagnabbit, and I so wanted to be the first to comment. However, I have always wanted to write
    dagnabbit so I am not too disappointed. 🙂
    Now let me go read the post. Nice colours. btw

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  3. Where do you find these images? Google for “grinning Jesus on throne in clouds”? And we need to work on your typography: when the words carry impact, asking them to also carry the colors of a raindow is overkill, man.

    But all in all, I am a Zandeite and worship in awe of your awesomeness . . . dude.

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  4. Well…to be fair, Yahweh goes on in that Isaiah chapter to talk about all the ways he has fulfilled all those things already. He lets himself be tested, but it pisses him off, dammit, cuz he already told you to just clean your fucking room like seventeen times and leave him the fuck alone!!!! 😀

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  5. That’s simply hilarious! I love it.

    Your becoming a top-notch meme factory John. And all your memes are very positive and rational. If I had the finances I’d ask you to write counter-memes to all the shit being spewed by the MSM and run a push-back ad campaign.

    I think we could use some good guerrilla broadcasting networks.

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  6. This reminds me of the psalm where Yahweh (“I that am” = Me, Me, Me) goes to the convention of gods where he tells all the other gods what a bunch of boring underachievers they are. Interresting story in the holy book of alledgedly a monotheistic religion. Or does monotheism simply mean that you are not allowed to worship all the other gods?

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    • Christians really don’t want to admit it but their “monotheistic god” was in fact a polytheistic invention. Elohim, El, Shaddai, Elyon, Adonai, and Tseboath were all names used instead of or in conjunction with the tetragrammaton YHWH (Yahweh) throughout the five books of the Torah (Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy) El, for instance, was the head of the Canaanite pantheon, Tseboath the Canaanite god of armies, and Shaddai (the Destroyer) originates from the Sumerian pantheon. Awkward!

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  7. “Christians really don’t want to admit it but their “monotheistic god” was in fact a polytheistic invention. Elohim, El, Shaddai, Elyon, Adonai, and Tseboath were all names used instead of or in conjunction with the tetragrammaton YHWH (Yahweh) throughout the five books of the Torah (Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy) El, for instance, was the head of the Canaanite pantheon, Tseboath the Canaanite god of armies, and Shaddai (the Destroyer) originates from the Sumerian pantheon. Awkward!” Consider meeting some other kinds of Christians, especially Episcopalians or look at Marcus Borg, former Bishop Shelby Spong or the Jesus Seminars priests and teachers, that’s for starters…read “Tribes of YHWH” by Gotwald, there are hundreds and thousands of books and Christians who know this. But maybe you’re pulling somebody’s leg here and I missed that ; )

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